Favorite Summer might be coming to an end, but the world of tech never stops innovating. Here is a quick overview on the up-and-coming products and digital news this week. A high tech… pencil? Apple debuted their new stylus along with various other gadgets at their big press event on Wednesday.
Favorite On September 18th, it became known that Volkswagen had programmed over 500,000 diesel vehicles to have lower rates of harmful emissions in tests than on the road. In an official statement, Volkswagen admitted that it was not just 500,000 vehicles affected, but 11 million that had tests
Favorite According to polling done on voters coming out from casting their ballots in Catalonia, a north-eastern region in Spain, pro-independence parties may have won in the nation’s elections. The majority of people in Catalonia seem to support obtaining independence, but they are evenly
Favorite Google has made life more convenient for us in so many ways – through Gmail, Google Maps and Google Drive, just to list a few. The tech giant’s latest endeavor, “Expeditions,” is an app that hopes to impact thousands of schools and shape education in the classroom by syncing ‘field
Favorite Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he plans to bring the internet to UN refugee camps. He has said that the internet would help refugees easier get aid and maintain and locate family links. “Connectivity will help refugees better access support from the aid community
Favorite On Friday, September 25th, Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner, announced that he would be resigning from Congress at the end of October. He made the announcement Friday morning in a meeting with his fellow Republicans, a week before Congress votes on whether to pass